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When Sunshine and Kisses Aren't Enough: Healthcare Blogs

In some cases, when you're not feeling well, a bit of sleep and some orange juice can clear up what ails you. If a child gets a small injury, a kiss can often do the trick. However, when nature's solutions and tender loving care don't cut it -- you need a health care clinic that you can trust. Hi, my name is Pam, and while raising four kids, I dealt with numerous health issues from the common cold, to broken bones, to a chronic autoimmune disorder with my youngest. Our family health care center was essential during that process, and I want to share tips and ideas with others who may be in the same situations.

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Five Things You Should Absolutely Share With Your Gynecologist
23 June 2018

Visiting the gynecologist can be a bit embarrassin

Sore Throat? 4 Home Remedies That Will Eliminate It
23 May 2018

When you have a sore throat, it can feel like one

Here's What The Home Healthcare Provider You Hire For Your Elderly Parent Should Do For You
25 April 2018

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Cancer Care Services That Matter Most To Families
26 March 2018

Cancer is hard enough on the person that has it. I

Four Ways That Visiting Your Family Doctor Can Save You Money
31 January 2018

When it comes to visiting your family doctor, the

Five Things You Should Absolutely Share With Your Gynecologist

Visiting the gynecologist can be a bit embarrassing and uncomfortable. When your doctor asks you if anything has been wrong or if you have any questions, it can be tempting to say "no" just so you can get the appointment over with. However, this appointment is a good opportunity to ensure your health needs are addressed. Here are five symptoms and details you should absolutely share with your gynecologist. Bleeding After Sex Read More 

Sore Throat? 4 Home Remedies That Will Eliminate It

When you have a sore throat, it can feel like one of the worst things in the world. It can hurt to simply swallow your own saliva, and you wince every single time you cough. Sore throats can really be painful. Luckily, there are some home remedies that can actually eliminate the pain that you are experiencing. Here are four of them. 1. Gargle Salt Walter If you have a sore throat, it means that your throat is inflamed. Read More 

Here’s What The Home Healthcare Provider You Hire For Your Elderly Parent Should Do For You

Hiring a healthcare provider to help take care of your elderly parent? Here is what your in-home care service provider should be able to do for you. Offer Nutrition Therapy Guidance No matter what specific health problems your parent might face as they age, chances are that nutrition therapy can help alleviate symptoms and even reduce pain, allowing your parent to maintain a high level of comfort and peace of mind through the end of their life. Read More 

Cancer Care Services That Matter Most To Families

Cancer is hard enough on the person that has it. It is even more difficult on spouses and children who cannot do anything to make the family member with cancer feel better. However, there are many cancer centers in the U.S. that realize that cancer hurts more than just the person with the disease. As such, they have made their cancer care services focus on the entire family unit. If you are currently being treated for cancer, or someone very near and dear to your heart is, here are some of the more excellent and comforting services being offered by these family-focused treatment centers. Read More 

Four Ways That Visiting Your Family Doctor Can Save You Money

When it comes to visiting your family doctor, the biggest reason for doing so is that it's a smart decision for your health. However, something that you might not immediately consider is how a visit to your family doctor can also be a smart decision for your wallet. There are many different ways that seeing your physician can save you money. Here are four specific examples. Obtaining A Doctor's Note Read More